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  • Monthly Archives November 2007

    Hi everybody. Sorry no post yet. I do plan on posting later today, but right now we're at DEFCON 4 trying to get this book out, so if you check back later (much later), I hope to have an important post up, so thanks for your patience. :) -Scott

    Tomorrow, Vol. 2 of my book, "The Digital Photography Book" goes to press, and this past week or so I've been struggling with something I deal with in every book I write, and that is; "How do I get my readers to read the introduction to the book?" I put information in these introductions that's actually very important, including things like where the link is to download the photos used in the book, and which versions of the software the book works with, and workarounds if you have older versions, and my introductions (short as they are) are designed to do one thing; make the book more useful for my readers. I really care that if people invest in one of my books, that they get more than their money's worth, and if they skip the intro, they will definitely miss out some of…

      What an amazing opportunity (and it's free!). The MPS Digital Photography Department of New York's prestigious School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents a free lecture (open to the public)  from renowned photographer, author, (Photoshop Hall of Famer) and educator Stephen Johnson. The lecture explores the state of digital photography today, from being a photographer in the 21st century, to cutting edge cameras and software techniques, to engaging discourse on the history and future of digital photography. Here's when and where: SVA Amphitheater December 4, 2007 7 PM 209 East 23 Street, 3rd floor Free and open to the public But for more details, visit their site.  Thanks to everyone at SVA for making amazing presentations like this open to us all. Very cool stuff! :-)

    When I wrote it, one thing that never occurred to me was that people would be posting before/afters of their photography after applying my "Seven Point System for Adobe Photoshop CS3," which was introduced in my latest book (of the same name), but they're popping up everywhere (honestly, it's so exciting to see my students doing this). Anyway, here are some examples I ran across this week (thanks to Google Alerts): Jeff's Photo Blog has some nice before/after examples from his using the book. Click here to see his examples. Here's another reader who posted some great examples (and I love his headline): Click here to jump there. The Delta-Romeo blog has a mini-review and comment on the book right here. And here's some terrific shots of Mustangs (the cars, not the horses), and before/afters using "The System." Thanks so much to everyone out…

    CocaCola Zero (which is, IMHO, the best diet drink in the history of diet drinks), has a very clever Flash-based productivity killer, which lets you upload your headshot, scale and crop it, then it puts it on the body of an football player (as seen above).  Then you get to custom design an End Zone celebratory victory dance. It's called the Victory Dance Choreographer, and it's hilarious, very cleverly done, and when it's complete (it just takes one minute), you can email the final dance movie to a friend. Take a minute or two and check this out. Just for the taste of it. ;-)  Here's the link to make your own.

    Just a quick thanks to all the wonderful folks (all 800+ of you), who came out to spend the day with me for the last stop this year of my "Photoshop CS3 Power Tour." I had a couple of special guests in the audience yesterday, including Scott Sherman, host of "The Digital Photography Show" and Jeff Revell, from the very popular "Jeff's Photo Blog." And although DC photography icon Mike Meyer wasn't there in person, his presence was felt by all. I met lots of really great people (including a lot of people who had been out to my "Lightroom Live Tour" when it was in DC a couple of months back) and it was so cool to have so many come up and let me know that they had bought Lightroom after my seminar, and how much Lightroom had changed their life. As…

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